The Raven Black wrote:
Mate, as a great grandchild of slaves, and as someone who faces the consequences of it every single day, and as someone who lives in a country where unfortunately from time to time modern day slavery pops on the news, I simply cannot see how or why I would suffer from seeing slavers as the bad guys in fantasy
Master Han Del of the Web wrote:
*laughs in quality management*
I am altering the quote. Pray I don't alter it any further.
Perhaps spell strike adding your potency runes to the spell attack would be a nice fix for the class?
I'm unlikely to get a chance to properly playtest the Magus, given the short window and the number of conventions I'm GMing at this month. So I filled out the survey checking the 'Did not playtest, but want to give feedback' option. The survey was rather underwhelming compared to the ones for the Playtest (don't know how it compared to the APG playtest surveys). No free-answer text. No ability to give nuance. Hard to express how individually pieces (aside from striking spell) might be ok, the union is still unexciting.
There are actually 2 surveys, one for multiple-choice, the other one for open responses.
The open response one: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SoMOpenResponse
Here it is!https://paizo.com/products/btq021ct?Gamemastery-Guide-Monster-and-Hazard-Cr eation
David knott 242 wrote:
Wait, so you couldnt buy a beer, but could buy a 6-pack?
Terevalis Unctio of House Mysti wrote:
Paizo's instragram profile.
Sara Marie wrote:
I guess Lisa and Vic will finally be able to get Harrison Ford frozen into carbonite and added to their memorabilia
James Jacobs wrote:
Some instructions on how to get these other ages would be cool. Even it is "slap this template". Maybe fit it a Age of Ashes article or in the Gamemastery Guide?
James Jacobs wrote:
Please use page references! I know its cleaner and saves space, but it can be a pain to figure out. Or perhaps use some sort of index?
Some Kind of Chymist wrote:
Did all that and also tried downloading it using my desktop at my workplace. )=
Mark Seifter wrote:
Back in the 3e DnD days, the Portuguese translation went for 1,5 meters per square. They also used 0,5kg for a pound IFRC.
Isn't the companion line gone?
Robert Brookes wrote:
Just a heads-up: Sorshen, Arushalee, Nocticula, Casandalee, Shensen, etc are all James Jacobs characters regardless of who wrote the particular AP. You can probably just ask him about these characters in his ask JJ thread. You have the fortune of all of them being created by the same guy in this particular instance.
This feels less like a friendly tip and more like an attempt to start a good ol' internet mobbing.